Kathryn Braudrick Sandridge

October 28, 1918June 28, 2013

Sandridge, Kathryn Braudrick, 94, died June 28, 2013. She was a native of Richmond and a resident of the Hermitage at Cedarfield. Mrs. Sandridge's home church was Huguenot Road Baptist Church. She attended VCU (RPI) and the University of Richmond while working full-time for the Commonwealth of VA. She was preceded in death by her husband, William A. Sandridge, a professor at Roanoke College; the couple were long-time residents of Roanoke, VA. The Sandridges established a scholarship fund for women at the University of Richmond, and over the years Mrs. Sandridge helped many women--all of whom she met with personally--get a college education. She is survived by her brother-in-law, Ramon Warren, Jr.; nieces, Shirley Murden, Qwendolyn Williamson, and Linda Duke; nephews, Ramon Warren, III and T. Floyd Irby, Jr.; cousin, Thomas Fidler; and numerous great nieces, nephews, cousins, and their families. She will have a graveside service for family at Oakwood Cemetery, Monday, July 1, 2013 at 11:00am, followed by a memorial service at the Hermitage at Cedarfield at 2:00pm conducted by Chaplain Chancellor Hamilton, Rev. T. Floyd Irby, Jr., and Pastor Melissa Fallen. The family will receive friends following the service. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Kathryn B. Sandridge Scholarship Fund at the University of Richmond, Director of Planned Giving, University of Richmond, Richmond, VA 23173, or to the charity of your choice.


  • Memorial Service Monday, July 1, 2013

Kathryn Braudrick Sandridge

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Paula Neal

July 5, 2013

Mrs Sandridge was a lovely lady. She will be greatly missed!

July 1, 2013

Please accept my condolences on your loss. I spoke with Mrs. Sandbridge by phone and enjoyed talking with her about her husband who was a professor and colleague of mine. I know she was a great source of strength and support to him and to higher education generally. She leaves a wonderful legacy. Marvin Phaup (Washington, DC)

July 1, 2013

We were so sad to see the obit for Kathryn. We visited her in March and had lunch with her. We could see that she was more fragile and had less mobility. But she was her usual bright and charming self. Bob taught with Bill at Roanoke College, and he went into Bill 's economic consulting business before Bill retired from teaching. After Bill died, we began visiting Kathryn at Cedarcrest when we were in Richmond. We always had a wonderful lunch with some catching up and reminiscing. We will miss her. We plan to make a contribution to the Sandridge Leadership Award given annually to a Business/Econ. student at Roanoke College in Kathryn's memory. Our condolences to her family. Robert and Vicki Stauffer

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June 30, 2013

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